In what seemed like a momentum gaining tilt, the Stars led by “Is he clueless or just delusional” head coach Rick Bowness faltered and left Stars fans disappointed for the remainder of the weekend.
Wunderkind goaltender Jake Oettinger couldn’t bail out one of the poorest Stars home performances in recent memory, further triggering an already disgruntled fan base.
Tufte, a Minnesota native, made his way to the NHL and had the opportunity of a lifetime to skate in his home state (and in front of countless friends and family) for the first time at the NHL level. That was until the crypt keeper head coach decided he wasn’t the right fit for the lineup a mere hour before puck drop.
With the news of Blake Comeau and Tanner Kero being placed on waivers, Stars fans are crossing their fingers that this signals a change in the right direction.
Bones would release an absolutely scathing rant on the boys in victory green in a timeout called during the 2nd period of Monday night’s ass-whipping. That was the most entertaining moment of Monday night’s display as the Stars crumbled in Columbus.
The Dallas Stars chose to start their season off the exact same way the ended the previous with an OT win, but not without cost.
The title says it all, but what it means more than anything is that meaningful hockey is finally here. Let’s take a look at the Opening Night roster for the Dallas Stars, and what implications it may have right out of the gate as the Stars look to rebound off of a lackluster finish to the previous campaign.
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